The ethos of the royal marines the precise application of willThe ethos of the royal marines the precise application of will
Commandant of the Commando Training Centre, in December 2003. He intended it to be an independent and external report designed to assist the Royal Marines to articulate their ethos more fully
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Dr jekyll and mr hydeDr jekyll and mr hyde
British Empire got bigger and bigger, until it encompassed a third of the human race Britain
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Bibliography Patsy Adam-SmithBibliography Patsy Adam-Smith
Paul Addison and Angus Calder (eds), Time to Kill: The Soldiers Experience of War in the West, 1939-45
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Brothers in arms: the Admiralty, the Air Ministry and the Battle of the AtlanticBrothers in arms: the Admiralty, the Air Ministry and the Battle of the Atlantic
Perhaps the most enduring as well as the most significant concerned the allocation of aircraft between the competing claims of the strategic air offensive and the campaign against the u-boats
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Press release 19 April 2011Press release 19 April 2011
Hm frigate Unicorn in Dundee becomes an official affiliate. The Nmrn was established to create, preserve, explain and celebrate the enormous contribution made by the Royal Navy during its remarkable history of over 1000 years
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KS1 Topic: Oceans and Seas Block F: Boats And ShipsKS1 Topic: Oceans and Seas Block F: Boats And Ships
Paint, make sketches, write journal entries, use code and write ship telegrams. Carry out floating and sinking experiments, construct boats and finally put on a regatta with sandwiches and prizes!
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Activity 2 – Examining historical sourcesActivity 2 – Examining historical sources
Question banks, source information and historical context for each of the objects or paintings used in Activity2: Examining historical sources
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“S. S. Tanjong Pinang” Researched Passenger and Crew List Ship sunk by Japanese submarine on 17 February 1942“S. S. Tanjong Pinang” Researched Passenger and Crew List Ship sunk by Japanese submarine on 17 February 1942
SS. Tanjong Pinang” as the result of a cruel and callous attack by either a Japanese submarine (according to the testimony of a crew member who survived) or a torpedo boat, or warship during the evening of 17 February 1942
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Sales Civitatis, Suprema LexSales Civitatis, Suprema Lex
Sales Civitatis, Suprema Lex” (The Safety of the State is the Highest Law) Lord Hankey
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David easterDavid easter
Sigint was for British policy towards France, Egypt and Indonesia. It concludes that while Sigint gave Britain tactical benefits in dealing with France and Egypt it was only in the case of Indonesia that Sigint helped Britain to achieve its
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Crucible steel as an enlightened materialCrucible steel as an enlightened material
Quaker plainness. Benjamin Huntsman, the only true begetter of crucible steel, occupies an honoured place in the pantheon of sturdy, unpretentious innovators – Arkwright, Darby
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Chapter 1 introduction geography is destiny. NapoleonChapter 1 introduction geography is destiny. Napoleon
Indian Ocean has undergone tectonic shifts. History has demonstrated other cases of small, obscure islands jumping into the headlines. The Falkland Islands are a more modern example. You may not have heard of Diego Garcia
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Dawn: This Phoney war gets on my nerves. If we’re going to have a war, I wish they’d get it started
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The Term \"Nautical\"The Term "Nautical"
This old traditional greeting for hailing other vessels was originally a Viking battle cry
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Combat scientists: The emergence of operations research in the United States during World War II / Erik P. Rau
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